Located at the far end of the cobblestone street known as Hyogo Yokocho lies Kagurazaka Kurosu. A hidden gem named after the chef, Kagurazaka Kurosu serves Japanese cuisine that is sure to please any palate. Chef Kurosu’s aim is to create dishes that are as visually captivating as pieces found at an art gallery. A 3-year consecutive recipient of one star in the Michelin Guide, Chef Kurosu creates traditional Japanese cuisine with a modern twist. Lunch is reservation only and the kaiseki cuisine starts from ￥6,000. Dinner kaiseki starts from ￥13,000, and reservations aren’t required but recommended due to limited seating. Located 5 minutes from exit B4b of Iidabashi subway station. More information can be found here.
4-11 Tsukudocho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Mon-Sat 12:00- / 18:00-22:00